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Egypt unrest: 'We are fighting for Egypt's dignity'

16 August 2013 Last updated at 14:31 BST

Cairo's Ramses Square is full of thousands of pro-Morsi and "anti-coup" demonstrators despite reports of live ammunition and bird shot being fired at the crowd.

The protests were called by the Muslim Brotherhood, two days after their camps in central Cairo were broken up, leaving at least 638 dead.

One of the protesters told the BBC's Mishal Husain: ""We are fighting for the dignity of Egypt."

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